said he was “disappointed” by his daughter Angelina Jolie’s anti-Israel stance.
“This is war. It’s not going to be what the left thinks, it can’t be civil now,” Voight said.
Jolie called for a ceasefire in Gaza in an Instagram post last week.
Jolie shared two social media posts about the conflict in the last week.
In her first postCiting her years of work at the United Nations supporting refugees, Jolie wrote that her “focus is on the people displaced by violence, no matter the context.”
She added that while “what happened in Israel is an act of terrorism,” it “cannot justify the innocent lives lost as a result of the bombing of a civilian population in Gaza.”
In a later post, which featured a photo that appeared to show a recent Israeli attack in the Gaza Strip, she wrote that Gaza was “quickly becoming a mass grave” as a result of Israeli airstrikes and that “the world is watching” as “millions of Palestinian civilians – Children”. “, women, families – are punished collectively.” According to Gaza’s Ministry of Health, more than 9,000 Palestinians have died in the conflict so far.
Voight shared a video in response to his daughter’s comments on both X and Instagram he captioned: “Truth and lies.”
Sitting in front of an American flag, Voight said: “I am very disappointed that my daughter, like so many, has no understanding of God’s glory and God’s truths,” he said.
“This is about destroying the history of the land of God – the Holy Land – the land of the Jews. This is justice for God’s children in the Holy Land,” he continued. “The Israeli army must protect your soil and your people. This is war. It won’t be what the left thinks, it can’t be civil now.”
The “Midnight Cowboy” actor also condemned Hamas’ October 7 terrorist attacks, saying, “Israel has been attacked with inhumane terror against innocent babies, mothers, fathers and grandparents.” He added, “These animals want to exterminate Jews and Christians .”
However, Voight was raised Catholic said in 2018 on “Life, Liberty & Levin” on Fox News that he felt he had a “real responsibility” to stand up against anti-Semitism due to his childhood exposure to a Jewish community in Scarsdale, New York.
He added that he was convinced that the Palestinians had not been “neglected” over the years and that they had been given “huge injections of money that they had not shared with the people. Instead, they would have made weapons out of anger.”
Before signing his video, Voight urged people to “realize that Hamas” is “destroying its own people, not Israel.”
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